In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formalconcordanteconcordar ( con algo)to be concordant ( with sth) — ser concordante ( con algo)
- As an English major you hit a concordant note with me.
- Surgical excision of the NCB site should be performed if the pathologic diagnosis of an NCB with ALH is not concordant with the radiologic abnormality that was the initial impetus for biopsy.
- The percentage of concordant cytologic diagnoses between 2 pathologists (K.K. and YY) was also determined.
- Discussion of concordant diagnoses and discrepancies would build a collaborative relationship between clinicians and pathologists and might lead to better autopsy utilization.
- Slides showing reparative changes elicit responses that were among the least concordant for any diagnostic category for laboratory responses.
- The percentage of participant responses that were concordant with the reference diagnosis, including reparative changes, is shown for all diagnostic categories in Table 3.
- This principle is required for the formation of a concordant family, the building of a harmonious society and the establishment of a peaceful world.
- On a broad scale, morphometric variation was concordant with genetic variation.
- A concordant diagnosis is defined as placement of the slide within the correct series of diagnostic classification.
- Participants who reported citalopram use at the 3-month assessment had serum levels verifying self-report, and all were concordant with self-report.
- And it does seem to me that art and love are concordant facets of one truth of salvation.
- This prediction is reasonably concordant with the reported absolute rates of ectopic pregnancy in women taking progestogen-only pills of 3-20 per 1000 woman years.
- In general, postoperative seizure control is most successful in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy and has a greater than 90 percent rate of excellent outcome when MRI and EEG data are concordant.
- Ends and means are concordant and, indeed, explicitly so, with every step toward the outcome a faithful miniature of the larger program.
- The concordant model of shared understanding and prescribing should improve health outcomes.
- These diminished ratings of impairment associated with repeated zolpidem administration are concordant with previous studies regarding the impairment-producing effects of other hypnotics.
- These findings are concordant with the conclusion that occupational factors contribute to the etiology of CHD in the traffic-control officers studied.
- In five out of six relapsed eases, EBV status of lymph node biopsy at relapse was concordant with the initial biopsy.
- Four members of the Cytopathology Resource Committee simultaneously reviewed most concordant and least concordant cases for each diagnostic category.
- Specifically, outcomes in both critically ill and noncritically ill patients were not influenced by whether they received concordant or discordant therapy based on pneumococcal in vitro susceptibility results.
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